The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1959 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 23, 1959
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T «,tw'e r ••»•€• K,. ( ' ! -•-<*'•.. » ' '•' Ttiurtday,' April 23, lllil II -1 ff"- '' «»» Cafhofle fumfer ituuJy. Wesleyan Takes Bride . < „ , \" * Hf' M ' 1 ' rl . „ ' < - s*- . v School *« labteel for , **»*« «*«»« «* wa* read and aporo*M. M*yw w«« *trthori«Ml to enter fnYo wrftfset with fto*tf-Murray fifm to suppty fh« Cth 1 with «« rtet-f, part tim*, until t«e City ffrxit a full tlrr* Enainaer. . ..„ . Contract with Ch(««flo »fndl North We»f- Oim Railway Co. l»rm(tthi9 tS*.C ! lV ** Bfetain tfift from th« railroad rtoht-of-w*y wm approved, PfopOWd Ord. 404 rMtrictlnfl parking on through struts wai fliv*i the «econd tseit* 'p«'mit *J<* flMrttad fo the V.f.W. Ctfy Clerk wa« authorised to attend a tweeting m Dei Mofnes. March receiptsr Gun«fai Fund .... ...... $1012.51 Str*ot _» ...... „ ________ 5427.03 Public Safety -. ____ .... 500 Sanitation ... ....... .... 533.36 Trutt & Agency .... ____ 28.28 Parking Meter .... ...... 1397.04 D, Smith, salary . C. Sehultx, sflHiry Iowa Stare Sank, Iowa Employment social tec, »-. town Public Sftiployca*^ Rafirt-' ffiiJnt S/Mftm^ i^ttt^mtt.nT^'rd^ A City Clerk, *#v«r«* .easfi l .11tl Ruiioil 6, Buchanan, lea*! f«* - Upt»r DM Moinci Pub. Cd., f>ul3l. Hutisfi's, itenell* 'is,*—w«.__ Iowa Municipal F!rt»hc* Ofdeeri Ais&i.. ttu&i jk^w'to *-i* «*H. *..*.£. w « Public Work M*iJ,, Ad" for City • Engineer .'.*^....*".»«^s.^._ Klipfo U30M Loaf Co., office tuf>- ArwBl! Int.. rat jronfrof .,C». STREET FUND Iwhbrook, salary «j. .*, . Pergande, salary .,..»...,j._ Burfis, salary .*..»»-.. 245 38.7 Knm.y tf t ---- 147.88 163.94 143.80 —a* we»jf fr T6wa Stsw Wf>», tow* Efftptoymshf 5*fe' !ew« 'Employ8B*"fteli«it»*fllf''Sv*-"' ft, 1 Vunk, PTtmiWifl £ fc HiSfi-,* _irv3, *erv»co tIM-*.,,.'!.**...*. Hlffon't Sup^f S^rvte^ Md^o. 4.4. Gdrt^ori &imuBi & KBiric^ r^vrift/ ^ Kossufh County RMttnttf; "recording fee ..-^»»«i—i-»_» Sinclair Refinina Ce.rdfe^l ». fc Aigons Impl, Gc,, repairs .v».^ .2.40 i!9.J2 230.12 ryi'*Vrf»it<t ** iiii. f.aW , < safety ,V. ^. &* „ '|P- 3: Cities Service Oil Co., gat ->.-.. 271.28 Oreenboftf 'Agttt Sut»piy, repalrt 45.82 K*nt Motdr, Co., fipalrs _i:*,»_, 95.97 Norton Machine Works, r<:p*ir$ . 49.4% •periival Motors, repair* .*— ±'" 63,47 >Des Molnet Stcol Co., repatrt .- 72.90 ,Glbb$-Cook EcjulprrWnf Co., f«- ' Gsnev ^ / *+/ /. //. /( ^ ::aanm 7 / j^ / v - Mr and Mrs Dean Ricke are shown after their wed<iin^.Tuesday, April'7 in St. Wenceslaus church at Dunc&h. ,.The'bride is ^the formed Eleanor Trca of Duncan and the bridfegroom is the son o£ Mr ahd Mrs George Ricke, Wesley. A reception and dinners-Was held at the'AH Veteran's Social center at Clear * Lake, (Gldnh's Studio phbtOj Algona Upper Des Moines Engraving). V ' *T 1^ I" 1A To Confirm 39 Apr. 11, St. Joe f ' ' i '/'''^St. Joe — The Most Rev. Joseph .M. T Mueller, D, D., Bishop of the' . Siodx • City Diocese, ,will ibe here* in t St-Joseph's Church on Monday,^ April 27 at 11 a.m. to confer the Sa'crarnent of Confirmation on 39 boys and girls of St. Joseph's -School. > ' ' ' ,••-"' »rThose" in. the class- will be Agnes -Becker, James Becker, Jajftes Decker; Susan tend the cbhvehtion'of the -North Central Association 'of Secondary Schools and. Chicago, April'21*24."- : She -will'be accompanied by Sr'.,,M. Eldf ed/prihcipal of St'Mary's 'rtigh"Schodl," Waterloo. Miss'Kathleen,Griffin of Algona will be a.''SUbstitute teachfer during 'Sister^ ^M., • Magdalen's absence,' t- j ./ 1\ • J { •- - j • V* ' T 'Mr" and Mrs-Paul Erp'eidirig*en- tei-tainpd" in 1 their home on Friday eveningj Aprjl *17 following the Music ".Recital in' St. "Joseph's School,Hall % in'which their'daugh- 'ter Dois' inusic-graduate. v Rlyerdale Rustlers -.1 met April, 18. 'Doris^ Ann-Kohlhaas i Was CAMP'S m\ , '-*-^ OLD GRIMES RED BEANS ROYALT£I ADMIRAL \ KOBEY s POTATOES ALL BRANDS 'Robert-Freilingejt, John lllg, 'How- ard ^Kayser,'- James K e 11'n er, Dwight Kohlhaas,' Jane Kohlhaas, Ardis Thilges, Ti;an<jes Thul,. Janice Thul, Barbara Wagner, David Zeimet, Joseph Becker, t Richard Berte, Corrlne Bo'rmanh, Constance ^Bormann, jNorman^ Bormann, ^Duarie Frideres, Rutli Ho- feV," Jean -Marie, Kayser, "Cyrilla -Kellne^;. Joan" Kohlhaas,- Steven 'Kollasch^Kathle'en; Plathe, Michael Riding, "William Reding, Carole'; -Salz,,-. -David, Schneider, •David ?,"Smith, ' Donald Thilges, ,Paula Thilges, Emily Thul, Sandra Thul, Georgia Thul, Thomas Wagner and Beverly Zeimet. ; Sunday, April 26, 26 second ' grade students will receive their 1 First Holy Communion with Rev. Ueo • C, Schumacher, celebrant. ' The class of 26 consists of Mary •/Becker, Joseph Season, Donald •'Berte, Michael Berte, Louis Bor- tnann, Nicholas Capesius," Gary Dangelser, Candice Erpelding, ',,i Michael' Ferstl,' 'Richard Kayser, / ,'Stephen^ Kayser, Daryl Kohlhaas, ',"' /Marvin' "Kohlhaas, Yvonne Kohl- 'ihaas, Lawrence Kollasch, Gordon • ; Kramer," Jo,hn JvIcGuire, Thomas ^'.McGuire, Darlene Plathe, Larry , •' Reding, Mary Reding, Suzanne , -Reding,, No'rman Schneider, Ruth • Ann, Streit, Mildred Thul and . ''Donald Zeimet, : ",-.• -Sister M. David, St. Joseph's /School Music teacher, ,will be a ^delegate to the National Catholic , -.Music Educator's convention in , Chicago, April 25-29, • ( f^Siister M< ^Magdalen, principal ,» of St. Joseph's School, will at- ''idhvfentlbft 'in>^mes, i. ^tending District 4-H Camp at Clear.Lake, will be Ruth 1 Ann Klein and Mary Alma O'Brien/ -;Ruth Ann Klein, Marian and Doris Ann Kohlhaas, Mary lllg,' •' K^istine Plathe •- and Charlene Thilges and-Jannette Ferstl,gave demonstra.tions. Lunch^ .was'.served by Florence McQuire and' her mother. . Riverdale Bustlers 'Unit' 2 met Saturday, April 18, with Patricia Wa'gner -presiding; Jeanette -Kellner was^qhqaen to attend the 4-H State convention iti Ames. Attending District *'4-H Camp at Clear Lake will be Ma£y. Lou Gales and Eileen Wagner. Vicki McGuire",' Judy'Salz and Georgia Thul gave demonstrations. Sandy O'Brien, Georgia -Thul, and F-lor- 4 , t Pound »/«««»'--8?. i> i1*t,i. fc /. » GrtK'afy, M«* ^^ ; >^W^ Ai ^^ ^ ' n ? a .^.^^4^^^, Pound Gdn I'"- TID E REGULAR SIZE For ROSEDALE BARTLETT LARGE 2'/2 SIZE .CANS ' j VAL-VITA AiPRlCOTS^ •LARGE '/2 SIZE DROPS-O-GOLD 8 OZ. 1 BOTTLES STA-FLO LIQUID STARCH , Quart FRESH RAP WAXED PAPER ence McGuire were on 4he recreation'- Committee. • Lunch was served -by Florepce McGuire ^ind her mother, -Mrs M. T, McGuire, Council Minutes . ., -COUNCIL MINUTES The City,Council of Algona mot April 15, 1959;'.at the City Hall. Due to a lack of a quorum the meeting was ad- journd to 'April 16, 1959. The City Council of. Algona met- April 16, 1959, at the City Hall with Mayor •Shierk and the following named Councilmen: Muckey, Whittemore,' Elbert, Dreesman, Parsons and Richardson Resignation of C. R. McQuiston from the Board of Trustees of -the Algona Mu nielpal Utilities was accepted. Appointment of Melvin Bay to fill the vacancy created by -C. R. McQuiston was approved; That part of vacated Ackley street lying between lot 1, blk, 161 and lot 4 blk. 162 Call's Add. was sold to 'Victor Fisher for $475.00. • Petition by Garrigan High School for hard 'surface roads In the vicinity of the Gems From Diamond's |^<r Uead,; Zinc, and Titaniam ' .,; %Hlli l>nffeRIC?R PAINT Reg. $5.50 Value *m 99 " . '5 GALLON PAH .. «« -. „ ^i ONLY 118i8'8' t 9 Gallpn Ml^vl .^iK- .»B t• | : : : :'-c-:--*.,' -••-.• : .•'.•-:•..'&'• (00 FT. ROLL WELCH'S GRAPE JELLY or GRAPELADE LARGE 20 OZ. JARS ALCOA ALUMINUM FOIL 25 FT. ROLL SURE CHAMP DOG FOOD 5 Lb. BAG - 59c 25 Lb. BAG-$2.69 BORDEN'S NEW INSTANT POTATOES PKG. CARNATION DRY, PKG. 5 - 1 QT. ENVELOPES ' HI - HO CRACKERS POUND EOX GOLDEN RIPE Lb. lOc U.S. NO. 1 GRADED Leader Al\-Purp05e ' • WHITE f PAINT * ' » jggtftoM°* ience^ ou| t ' < Gallon , $»,25 IN HARMONY RUBBER ;*-.»''v"""•?—»» T »""f-""y, -' **&* ';,„,« RUSSET ^ J. .1 POUND FAG U.S.b.A. CHOICE BE-EF* FINEST QUALITY AT CHOICE CUTS VEAL LAMB LEAN READY' TO EAT-NICE SIZE PIECES TO BAKE OR SLICE TO FRY for Seasoning HAM SHANK Pieces 1.__^ LB, 39c TENDER - THIN SLICED For The Summer We Will Be Open Until ' 9 P.M, 2 GOLDEN WHEAT Macaroni p z d 35c KNIGHTS FRESI Cottage Cheese Pound... & Brauns- Weiger FISH FILLETS IQES -EFFEQTI WE B p § E n y E f T H E WELL SEASONED FRESH GROUND Pure Pork Sausage - Lb. EXTRA LEAN BONELESS ROLLED Fresh Ham Pork Roast. Lb. ASSORTED CHEBSiS TO, LIMIT. Illl To pffs'r for sale na'ilqnaUy known and P9t>ulST HI) brands' of hiqh quality moychandise at th? \ovf$ ^ pricf I. ;.; ;•; Should any item ofUk^ qwiftJity be offend eJsewher© in HI town the iowesi pnce aujoniaUcally becpmes our price. g SHOP WHERE YQU OfT Alll, 1 "/ THI- IOW PBl€i$ JN

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